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and norway. >> a record-breaking voyage by russian ships this summer through the shrinking size of the arctic sea. shrinking -- ice of the arctic sea. a new, fast route for russian energy exports to asia. we were taken on board the nuclear-powered ice breaker, which led the way just before the final leg of the journey. the russians keen to publicize how quickly they're exploiting the effects of climate change in the arctic. >> at the moment, this and the other ice breakers are needed to score the cargo ships safely through the northeast passage. according to many predictions, within 20 years, there will be no ice here at all. that means this could be an extremely busy shipping lane. >> new shipping lanes are just one part o russia's ambitious plan for the arctic. three years ago, and these submarines made an epic dive down to the seabed to plant the russian flag. at stake in the arctic, a vast reserves of oil and gas. russia wants to extend its current territory, claiming over 1 million square miles of territory, although it to the north pole. >> russia does not want conflict with the other c
study on breast cancer and mammograms. this study was done in norway. and says early detection is not the great life saver that people think it is. just as important today is the treatment even if the cancer was found later. carmen is getting a yearly mammogram today. >> it's a good way to get started and decide. yes. i just think they're necessary. >> data collected among 40,000 women in 50s and 60s in norway found mammograms reduced the death rate only 10%. the research shows that a mammogram is not a magic bullet, and doesn't deserve all of the credit for reducing risk of death. modern treatment likely plays a greater role. dr. laura is a nationally thon breast surgeon. >> this is benefits become not as critical in the face of good treatment. it is less in the face of optimal treatment that. is all good news. >> so this is likely to once again, start debate over when, and how often women should get screenings. american cancer society says women should get screened every year starting at 40. joy is the director of the center for hnl care policy. and says women in their 40s sh
the arctic region. russia is pushing harder to dominate in its own backyard. norway has become the first country to remove its military command base inside the arctic circle. our colleague has been given exclusive access to the norwegian military headquarters. >> the picturesque far north of norway is an unlikely setting for a military base, but this is where it has come. the headquarters of the norwegian military command center in what was a cold war based deep inside this mountain. there are 18,000 square meters of underground space in this complex, hundreds of meters of corridor. all leading to a military complex five stories high inside this mountain. the corridor behind me -- it would help the complex withstand a nuclear explosion. this is as secure as a military base first started in 1958 can get. this chart represents norwegian air operations that are going on. this is the point of this complex. this is the -- there is a map here showing what is going on in afghanistan. the chart on my right is sea operations. this is the center the kaine will open when he comes here in a month. -
the experience of other countries? we notice that several countries, most notably the united kingdom, norway, canada, australia have undergone very significant reorganizations in the way they have overseen, leased, regulated, enforced safety and environmental protection in the offshore environment. did you look before you made some of your own proposals? it is unfair to ask a cabinet officer to talk about how seriously you might have considered moving something outside your own agency but has that come up? as the administration been involved in making judgments about proposals made by the former secretary and others about the functions and revenue raising and that they do not belong in the same department with the regulatory enterprises? that is a long list and i will hope that we get through a big -- a good bit of it. i would invite you to respond to any or as much of it as we can get through. >> absolutely, let me just say that there is no question that you should not ask me. you should ask about things we have done and things we will do in the future. those are all good questions that u.s
mammogram. >> it's a good way to get started. >> they have 40,000 women in norway found that mammograms reduce the death rate by only 10%. the research shows a mammogram is not a magic bullet and doesn't deserve all the credit for reducing the risk of death. modern treatment plays a greater role. a doctor nationally known breast surgeon. >> early detection becomes not as critical in the face of good treatment. it's not that screening doesn't have any benefits. >> so it starts the debate again how often women should get routine screening. american cancer society women should get screened every year starting at 40. the director for center health care policy at u.c. davis. she says women in their 40s should discuss it with their doctors. >> depending on her risk factors make that decision together with her physician. that is starting at the age of 50, she get routine mammograms every one to two years. >> norway's study points out that the awareness campaign is another reason fewer women are dying. >> find something abnormal are something that is significantly different go and see a physici
think they are necessary. >> among 40,000 woman the data that was collected in norway found that mammograms reduce the death rate by only 10%. research shows that a mammogram is not a magic bullet and doesn't deserve all the credit of reducing the risk of debt. modern treatment plays a greater role. a doctor is nationally known breast surgeon with ucsf. >> the benefits of early detection becomes not as critical in the face of good treatment. it's not that screening has benefits but it's less in the face of optimal treatment. that is all good news. >> this likely to once again start the debate in when and how often women should get routine screening. the american cancer society says women should get screened every year starting at 40. joy is the director of the center of health care policy at u.c. davis. she says women in their 40s should discuss it with their doctors. >> depending on her particular preferences, make that decision with her physician. starting at the age of 50, she get routine mammograms every one to two years. >> norway's study points out the awareness campai
sentenced to death by stoning in iran reunited with his family in norway. last month, the 31-year-old attorney fled to turkey, then to norway after learning the iranian officials intended to arrest the guy. those authorities punished his wife instead. >> when iranian authorities could not find outspoken human rights lawyer mohammed, they jailed his wife instead, keeping her in notorious prison for two weeks. today, they were reunited in oslo, norway. >> every night crying and saying i need my father when we go to see my father? i think she is the happiest at this moment. >> he feared he would be locked away for years for defending the woman who has been sentenced to stoning for alleged adultery. so he figured he would be better off to his family fleeing iran, which he did by horse and foot into turkey. his wife supported that agonizing decision despite her ordeal in prison. >> i just crying, thinking i worry for my daughter, my husband, my future, and, of course, my people. >> they now worry about those left behind. >> there are lots of people in iran -- their family maybe hostage
market strategist at vrtrader.com >> susie: norway's central bank is suing citigroup. the reason: citi allegedy misrepresented its financial condition in the years leading up to the financial crisis. as a result, norway's top bankers say they lost more than $800 billion on citi stock and bonds between 2007 and 2009. the central bank claims citi specifically made misstatements about its exposure to sub-prime mortgages and other toxic assets. citi says the suit has no merit. meanwhile, it looks like citi's c.e.o. will be getting a fatter paycheck. vikram pandit has been getting $1 a year for the past two years. now, the bank's board of directors said it would boost his salary. the raise they say will be quote, "commensurate with the job of c.e.o. of citi." pandit had vowed to keep the one-dollar salary, until citi returned to profitability. >> tom: meanwhile, a big shakeup this afternoon for the credit union industry. federal regulators seized three wholesale credit unions and moved to shore up billions of losses on risky mortgage backed securities. those wholesale firms don't deal direc
the age of 15-50. -- the age of 50. >> the study, done in norway, involved female patients over the age of 50. only one-third of those who had a chance of dying of breast cancer were alerted due to mammograms. the big concern for medical experts, that women will not get regular screenings. >> i think mammography has proven to be a very good screening tool and it is the best we have right now. >> women we spoke tuesday said they tend to disregard the study's findings. others worry that it could lead it insurance companies to reduce their coverage. >> i think insurance companies will take every opportunity they can not to cover something that may or may not need to be done, but probably should be done to you can find out if you are well. this is not lead to rationing of health care. >> what is the bottom line? >> women should have a choice. for the injured had a conversation to decide if mammography is right for them. >> a conversation that they say is best held between a woman and her doctor. >> in norway, a nation with a universe of care, where women have access to health care overall,
thought in women over the age of 50. diana alvear has more. >> reporter: the study done in norway involved female patients over the age of 50. researchers found women who were screened regularly had a 10% lower risk of dying from breast cancer. only a third of that was directly due to mammograms. the rest was due to better treatment and greater awareness of the disease. >> i think it's just going to confuse patients more than they are confused. >> big concern for medical experts that women will not get regular screenings. >> i think screening mammography has proven to be a very good screening tool and it's the best we have right now. >> we will we spoke to say they plan to disregard the study's findings. >> i think it's better my way. >> reports were worried the now research could lead insurance companies to recuse their coverage. >> i think insurance companies will take any opportunity they cannot to cover something that may or may not need to be done but probably should be done so that you can find out if you're well. >> i hope this does not lead to rationing of health care, that's one o
,000 women in their 50's and 60's in norway found that mammogram reduced the death rate by only 10%. the research showed mammogram is not a magic bullet and doesn't deserve all the credit for reducing the risk of death. modern treatment likely play as greater role. dr. laura is a nationally known breast surge on with uc sf. >> benefit of early detection become not as critical in the face of good treatment. it isn't that screening doesn't have any benefits. but it is less in the face of optimal treatment. that's all good news. >>reporter: so this is likely to once again start the debate over when and how often women should get routine screenings. the american cancer society says women should get screened every year starting at 40. joy is the director of the center for health care policy at uc davis. she says women in their 40's should discuss it with their doctors. >> depending on her particular preferences, her risk factor make that decision together with her physician. and starting at the aiming of 50 she get raw teen mammography every one to 2 years. >>reporter: norway
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to the market... and know it got to the table fresh. it's already happening in places like canada, norway and vietnam. when we make food smarter, we make it safer. that's what i'm working on. i'm an ibmer. let's build a smarter planet. disguised as a wedding, but a jungle none the less. and here there are two types of tigers. one that goes straight to the prey. and the one who makes the prey... surrender to him. the contrast of infinite black. the clarity of fast-switching phospors. the smoothness of 600 hertz. all come together to create what cnet calls one of the best 2d tvs they've ever tested. the viera full hd 3d tv from panasonic. dick: the rain falls here in flushing moe me doe, 6-4 to nadal in the first set, they're 4-4 and 30-30 in the second set. the rains have suspended play. let's go back to the action, here's how this championship match developed, very first point was a terrific point and djokovic earned it, but he came up a little gimpy. john: this isn't the first time or the last, probably in this match. he's got a long history of that. it was a nice start. i think he lost
, just the remnants of moisture, norway. heavy showers indicated here tomorrow afternoon. it is possible we could have strong or severe thunderstorms around the bay or on the eastern shore as the heavy rain is moving through. in the heavy rain that forms would drag down some gusty winds from up above. gusts of 35 miles an hour are possible tomorrow. some clearing as we head into the weekend, but showers and cool temperatures. some chilly air coming into western pennsylvania and the ravens will be playing in some real football weather on sunday. some of that will be moving our way for the second half of the weekend. it will be like fall once the storm moves out of here. the red and yellow or where -- our work you may get for our 5 -- the red and yellow are where you may get four or 5 inches of rain. flood watch is in effect for most of the state, a wind advisory around the bay and on the eastern shore. east wins 10-20, gusting to 30 at times. small craft advisory on the bay , and three-foot waves on the open waters of the chesapeake. high tides at fort lincoln read just after midnight ton
on serve. rice production in india, affect wheat output in the u.s., the shipping industry in norway, and the rubber industry, in south america? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex global economy. it's just one reason 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment objectives, risks, fees, expenses, and other information to read and consider carefully before investing. risks, fees, expenses, and other information the clarity of fast-switching phospors. the smoothness of 600 hertz. all come together to create what cnet calls one of the best 2d tvs they've ever tested. the viera full had 3d tv from panasonic. bill: we're back on serve here in the fifth set as arnaud clement, the 32-year-old frenchman comes out to serve at 2-3. momentum has gone back and forth between these two. there's mardy fish. john: certainly a battle of wills. test their resolve out there. bill: fourth meeting between these two. they have never played a match that didn't go straight
in norway, and the rubber industry, in south america? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex global economy. it's just one reason 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment objectives, risks, fees, expenses, and other information to read and consider carefully before investing. risks, fees, expenses, and other information the clarity of fast-switching phospors. the smoothness of 600 hertz. all come together to create what cnet calls one of the best 2d tvs they've ever tested. the viera full had 3d tv from panasonic. bill: we're back on serve here in the fifth set as arnaud clement, the 32-year-old frenchman comes out to serve at 2-3. momentum has gone back and forth between these two. there's mardy fish. john: certainly a battle of wills. test their resolve out there. bill: fourth meeting between these two. they have never played a match that didn't go straight sets. jim: i think what we have here is there were too many balls in play and clement was t
diplomat granted asylum in norway told us several more staff are prepared to resign over the government's post-election crackdown. we spoke to mohammed after two officials announced their resignations. he has flown to oslo. earlier on monday he told reporters he is applying for political asylum. he resigned last week. at least 13 people are confirmed dead in a plane crash in venezuela. it came down outside a steel mill. there were around 50 on board. survivors are treated in the hospital. the taliban threaten to cut off people's fingers if they try to vote on saturday. there is also a concern about corruption and fraud that overwhelmed last year's elections. in many parts of the country people are at risk so polling centers are closed. our correspondent has been in an area under taliban control. >> this is what it takes to report on the election. we are flying to one province. the only safe route is out here. we come to be a candidate for parliament. insurgents say they will kill anyone taking part in the elections. you need a small band of armed men to campaign. >> in it is like anarch
doctor to determine what's right for her. experts point out it was done in norway where they have more access to health care overall. >> we want to remind you the race for the cure is nine days away. it is october 3rd. we want to you join us. we'll be live on the air to broadcast the event sunday at 7 a.m. you can register for the big race by heading to the web site. when you get there click on the lifestyle tab and look to the right for the think pink logo. we'll be thinking rink that leads up to the race. we're covering all sorts of stories throughout the week. tune in all day long especially on tuesday the 28th. that's because that will be the call to health. it is part of the coverage in the race for the cure. >>> we will be close to the record. it will be the end of the stretch. 656 the sun is coming up at that -- up at that time. and here is the deal, we have fog and clouds. this is part of a weather system that's causing bigger problems across the upper midwest. flooding from storms that erupted here. we're watching the front that will get active and stay active. it will lose th
will be a big hit. no. 3, doctors from norway did a study comparing teens with severe acne to those with little or no acne and found both boys and girls with severe acne had more suicidal thought than those with less acne. no. 2, illegal drug use is up in the u.s. to its highest levels in nearly a decade due in part to an increase in abuse of pot, ecstasy and meth. the office of national drug control policy blames changing attitudes about the harmful effects of illegal drugs and the approval of medicinal marijuana. no. 1, the foreclosure problem is getting worse. realty trac reports lenders repossessed more homes last month than in any month sin the housing crisis began. bank -- since the housing crisis began. banks seized more than 95,000 properties across the country, up 25% from last year and that's a look at tonight's top five on fox 5. >> let's talk about our weather now and had a lot of severe storm warnings popping up. >> all to our west and the storms are moving quickly east at 40 miles an hour. combine ha forward motion with the strong winds in these storm -- that forward motion with t
still lag far behind in business and political power. when it comes to gender equality. norway pops the list of 130 countries. yemen in the middle east is at the bottom. the united states ranks 27th. 2. >> president obama needs to add equality again to his again. just ahead. an amazing discovery. >>> a teen's diary hidden during world war ii is uncovered when we return. and now our fox in the classroom update. >> a salmonella outbreak linked to two iowa egg distributes has sickened over 1,000 people leading to voluntary recall of more than half billion eggs. both wright count i ty egg an hillandale farms have a history of violating state an federal law. the recall is already affecting the way americans shop. i don't take a lot of stock in kind of worrying fear like that but i thought on the safeside i won't buy a in egg. >> reporter: salmonella affects the intestinal tract causing diarrhea or vomiting. >> the very young, or very old or people with weak immune systems. the could potentially even die. >> if he food and drug administration believes additional recalls are likely. southe
. look at more rain into norway, sweden as well. that's coming out a large and windy system in the british isles. plenty of rain for you in london expected on saturday. 19 for the high. 25 in paris. rome, looking at a sunny day. athens sees thunder showers. that's all from me. here's your three-day outlook. >>> and that's all for this edition of "newsline." i'm hideshi hara in tokyo. we'll be back in a half hour. thanks for joining us on nhk world.
. there's already evidence that quotas work. in norway, mandatory quotas have raised women's share of top positions to 45%. for now, an eu quota for women executives remains a threat from brussels. but if businesses do not take voluntary action by the end of next year, it could become mandatory. >> thanks. hurricane karl has said mexico's gulf coast for the second time this week. it is northeast of the state of veracruz and has winds of about 200 kilometers an hour. oil rigs have been evacuated, and the nuclear power plant was shut down as a caution. the east coast is already soaked as mexico reels from one of its widest seasons on record in the taliban insurgents in afghanistan have reportedly objected to least 20 people, including two candidates london before the country's parliamentary elections but but in kabul, the president called on voters to go to the polls despite them try to disrupt the election. some 2500 candidates are competing for 249 seats in the country's parliament. election results are not expected until sometime in october. and we will have more on the afghan elections,
at europe, we've got plenty of wet weather working its way across the north, especially for norway today, and then of course for the british isles, this storm system will be spreading plenty of showers across the region but essentially, a high pressure system really in control across continental europe, so it will be dry and quite mild for many of you. still got that line of showers working its way across western russia and the balkan regions but generally looking at plenty of sunshine across central and western europe. berlin coming in at 19 degrees, 21 in vienna, moderate temperature here but it will be much, much milder towards the west for places like paris, 28 degrees with sunshine. here's your extended forecast now. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> that's all for this edition of "newsline." i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. thanks very much for joining us.
sovereignty is heating up to russia, norway, denmark, canada, in the u.s. on a territorial claims here. but the boundaries are disputed. that dispute is being felt that the international arctic forum in moscow. the conference program is concerned with climate change, but political and economic interests are foremost. >> today more than ever we need an approach to the geography here that concerns national interests. the objectives of the form is included in its name. the arctic territory of dialogue. >> at stake are vast deposits of natural resources that geologists believe may be located here, possibly as much as one-third of the earth's _ oil and gas reserves. russia has long reserved interest in the polar region. in 2007, russian expedition planted russian flags 4,000 meters down at the seat ahead of the north pole. >> we defend our interests in the arctic with all the civilian instruments permitted by international agreements. and i do not think it would estimate to a confrontation. even though some countries need to be able to inject more power and so on. >> i two dozen one, russia
. you can see very windy and messy low moving through. another complex of storms into parts of norway as well. so windy, wet, and certainly going to be pretty cloudy. now, that rain will continue to move further eastward, but this high is kind of blocking it coming into continental europe, so well done for you. across the mediterranean it's going to be a bit stormy especially near areas like southern italy and in towards greece. here is a look at how temperatures will be on thursday. 27 in rome, so not bad. 21 in vienna. we have rain pushing into london and paris but it stays dry for madrid and lisbon. here is your three-day outlook. >>> and that's all we have for this edition of "newsline." i'm hideshi hara in tokyo. we'll be back in half an hour. thanks for joining us on nhk world. j
sales of nearly $1.2 billion last year. a new study of women in norway suggests mammography screening for breast cancer has bought half as big an impact as once thought. after mammogram's became standard in norway, researchers say there was a 10% reduction in the rate of women dying from the disease. improved breast cancer treatments and other things out for the rest. in austria, authority of breast cancer survivors experience sexual problems after treatment. they studied 1700's cancer survivors two years after being diagnosed. among those at the age of 70 with a partner, 70% say they had sexual problems. many blamed body image problems. but certain treatments also cause hot flashes which can contribute to sex problems. most mothers share a special bond with their daughters, but is it special enough to replace the bond a woman has with her husband? when researchers suggests it might. one study says many women with daughters do not need their husband. women with girls know they will never be lonely or without help. >> mothers and daughters can have a nurturing bond. where they in some
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,000 women in their 40s and 50s in norway found that mammogram reduced the death rate by only 10%. it shows that mammogram is not a magic bullet and doesn't deserve all the credit of reducing the risk of death. modern treatments plays a greater role. the doctor is nationally known breast surgeon with ucsf. >> the benefits of early detection becomes not as critical in the face of the. screening does have benefits but it's less in the face of optimal treatment. >> this is likely to once again start the debate over when and how often women should get routine screening. the american cancer society says women should get screened every year starting at 40. joy is the director of the center for health care policy at u.c. davis. she says women in their 40s should discuss witness their doctors. >> depending on her particular preferences, her risk factors, making that decision together with her physician. starting at the age of 50 to get routine mammograms every one to two years. >> they point out the awareness campaign surrounding breast cancer is another reason that fewer women are dying. >> you fi
equipment of spill response, we went to norway. consistently through the response we went to norway. norway has consistently invested in r&d and spill response technology. i think there's a clear connection. i agree entirely with you that industry and government need to work together to advance this. as we are working with others and industry, and both contain the capability and and spill response capability, we've been talking about we need to create a framework and a structure which will ensure that r&d happens, and i think as you can see through the response of the involvement of the government, particularly on the contain aside, it's important to partner with national labs in that process. because i think we did see where the government brought many things to the table technically. but their lack of familiarity with much of what's happening in the deepwater today decrease limitations as well. so by partnering with things like lack national laboratories ended up in technology will be a way to bridge that gap. >> any thoughts about how to fund it? >> i don't have direct thoughts on that.
journal." very controversial study out of norway. they looked at 40,000 women from 1986 to 2005. 40,000 women who died from breast cancer. they studied what was the value of death on the mammogram. they found it was a 10% reduction in mortality, which was not very great. >> you hear women at home throwing their hands up and saying, what now? do we have one? and we're told that they are the gold standard. 85% of tumors are found from mammograms. >> well, that's why it's controversial. i think if you were planning to get your mammogram today, go get your mammogram. a number of reasons. you never want to change what you do based on one study. you'll go absolutely nuts. every week on the study, there's something finding dramatic. a month later, you might find something different. you want it to be confirmed. this is norway and the united states. norway has a system of universal health care. people get access to treatment early. and it's a large group of people that manage every case of breast cancer. we don't know if that will have the same impact on mortality, where that's done here. a
with unleashing the crazy is too crazy. >>> radio station nrk in oslo, norway, formerly of radio station nrk, she started her newscast saturday the 18-month veteran complained that her employers why putting too much pressure on everybody and since she wanted to be able to eat properly again and be able to breathe she was quitting and walking away. then grabbed a couple of beers, kuld pulled the cord and jumped hown the emergency slide. seriously, her last words on the air were, nothing important has happened anyway. what are you telling them that for? the whole bit about something near you could kill you and if you don't listen to me you'll never know what it was. you have to go and tell them that every once in a while there's nothing to worry about? michael steele, the rnc airman with a bit of an about-face. see if you can spot it. the issue is opening up capital and credit lines for small businesses. he claimed it was a good republ republican idea. >> the hill has offered time and time again, it will continue to do so until they take the majority in november when they can actually begin to act
evidence the been gits of mammograms are limited and a study in norway women in their 50s and 60s who got one every other year reduced their risk offing from breast cancer by only 10% compared with those who didn't get the exam. last year the u.s. government task force said women should start getting mammograms at age 50 , instead of 40. >>> in new orleans an effort to raise awareness for breast cancer research create a record-breaking king cake. you've got to take a look at this. the cake weighed over 4,000 pounds and went all the way around the superdome. yesterday the guinness book of world records named it the world's largest king cake. >>> actor joaquin phoenix explained his hoax to david letterman. he looked skrag gelly and unkempt making an appearance on the show in 2009. last night, he came on looking alert and clean-shaven to apologize to dave, part of a performance for a new film, which has just been released. >>> this morning on "the early show," puppy-proofing your home to make sure that your pet is safe in your house. i want one on the set. i'm terrell. that's coming up on "t
.s., the shipping industry in norway, and the rubber industry, in south america? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex global economy. it's just one reason 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment objectives, risks, fees, expenses, and other information to read and consider carefully before investing. we go through them all the time. doors that mark the day's events. new beginnings. endings. routines. revealing the stories and dramas -- the victories and challenges -- that help us go through new doors of our own. be part of the story. colonial williamsburg. >> welcome back, everybody. checking our top stories now at 5:45 this morning. two people were seriously injured after they were hit by a car that slammed into a restaurant in northwest d.c. it happened at the keren ethiopian restaurant. police have arrested the driver and charges are pending in this case. opposition continues for a florida pastor to burn copies of the koran. the pastor says he will still
over 50. the study done in norway and publish in the new england journal of medicine say women screened regularly have a 10% lower risk of dying from breast cancer but only 1/3 of that risk reduction was directly linked to mama grams. some are dismissing the findings. others think itself may lead to insurance companies to reduce coverage. >> and the conclusion is that women should have a choice. women should have a conversation to decide whether mammography is right for them. >> experts say that conversation should be between a woman and her doctor. >>> senior house republicans took to the sidewalks of virginia today to offer voters their new pledge to america. it was kind of reminiscent of newt gingrich's contract with america except today's plan was mostly a promise to undo the work of the obama administration. with less than 6 weeks to go house republicans want voters to know exactly what they will do if they get the majority back in congress. >> our government is out of control in washington and we need to rein it in and begin a new drive for a smaller less costly and more accountab
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